an interactive workbook for learners of German 

A1, A2, B1, B2, C1 & Business German [B1 - C1]

for use on laptops and desktops

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Welcome to anyone4german! is an interactive workbook for learners of German. It is an Open Educational Resource which is constantly being expanded and updated.  

The activities are structured according to the European Framework of Reference for Languages and were created by Dagmar Fischer, Lecturer in German, at Technological University Dublin

They go beyond simple multiple-choice and matching exercises and offer you as much support as possible. The activities are often based on authentic materials and are designed to promote an active engagement with the language and to stimulate learners' curiosity. 

Cultural information about Germany is - wherever possible - included in the activities and not presented as an add-on. The grammar explanations are geared towards the various levels to avoid cognitive overload. 

Since the activities were originally developed for students in Ireland, the instructions and explanations at level A1 are in English, and at the higher levels they are in German.

At the moment, contains 403 activities at level A1 Lower  which are suitable for beginners and people with a rudimentary knowledge of German, 217 activities at level A1 Higher for Post-Beginners, 147 activities at level A2 for learners at Intermediate Level (I), 243 activities at level B1 for learners at Intermediate Level (II), 98 activities at levels B2/C1 for advanced learners as well as 317 activities in the area of Business German (level B2 - C1) . The Grammatik-Olympiade, Themen-Olympiade and the Phonetik-Olympiade contain the activities of the various levels sorted according to topics. Finally, And before we go ... lists some of the amusing linguistic blunders of my students.

About 20 per cent of the activities at levels A1, A2 and  B1 have an audio component. is for use on desktops and laptops.

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